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Deductive vs. Inductive reasoning
Deductive vs. Inductive reasoning and how each applies to a religious belief is a fascinating subject. When one testifies that religion primarily involves deductive reasoning where conclusions are preconceived and based on faith, and are therefore beyond proof. While scientific inquiry is primarily skeptical. Scientifically derived conclusions are by nature subject to change as new facts and observations either validate or disprove them. Scientifically derived conclusions are verifiable and testable, thus scientific inquiry primarily utilizes inductive reasoning, as a method for describing…
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